Title

The Mysterious, the Tranquil, and the Angry

Lead Author Major

Composition

Format

Composer's Club Concerts

Faculty Mentor Name

Francois Rose

Faculty Mentor Department

Conservatory of Music

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Robert Coburn

Abstract/Artist Statement

The concept of the piece began with trying to express certain moods. The first movement is mysterious because of the way there is not a defined tonality or modality in certain passages. This creates ambiguity for the listener which establishes a mysterious mood. The second movement is an attempt to express tranquility; being a slower movement, it will relax the listener and the different colors will keep the listener on the look-out. The last movement expresses anger due to the fact that it is mostly composed with minor chords.

Location

Recital Hall

Start Date

23-4-2013 2:00 PM

End Date

23-4-2013 3:30 PM

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The Mysterious, the Tranquil, and the Angry

Recital Hall

The concept of the piece began with trying to express certain moods. The first movement is mysterious because of the way there is not a defined tonality or modality in certain passages. This creates ambiguity for the listener which establishes a mysterious mood. The second movement is an attempt to express tranquility; being a slower movement, it will relax the listener and the different colors will keep the listener on the look-out. The last movement expresses anger due to the fact that it is mostly composed with minor chords.